The Holy Theophany is a church belonging to the Orthodox Church in Japan and is currently located in Showa-ku, Nagoya. The Orthodox Church is the most traditional Christian church, which has faithfully preserved the teachings and traditions of the ancient church to the present. Orthodoxy was established in Japan by the missionary Nikolai of Russia at the end of the Edo era. Orthodoxy gradually spread throughout Japan and in Nagoya church activities began in the early Meiji era. After several relocations, a Medieval Russian-style cathedral was built in the present location (Yamawakicho Showa Ward) in January 2010. We have weekly church services mainly on Saturday and Sunday, and also celebrate major church holidays such as Nativity and Easter.